Rosalie M. Miller

August 17, 1928 ‒ February 14, 2021

Delaware, Ohio

Rosalie M. Miller, 92, of Delaware, passed away on Sunday, February 14, 2021 at Willow Brook Christian Village. She was born on August 17, 1928 in Marion County to the Late Chester J. and Mary (Reece) Lyon. A graduate of Caledonia High School in 1946, she earned a Bachelor Degree in Education from Baldwin-Wallace College.

For over 30 years she was an elementary school teacher. Throughout her career in education, she taught at the Edison, Vernon, Fairpark, and George Washington Schools in Marion, as well as in schools of Crawford County, Galion, Dayton, and Columbus. She moved to Delaware in 1981 from Marion.

A member of William Street United Methodist Church, she was a former member of the Caledonia and Epworth United Methodist Churches. She served as a volunteer for Grady Memorial Hospital and the Delaware Community Nutrition Program. Fair minded and hardworking, she enjoyed golfing, playing bridge, and participating in the lives of her grandchildren.

First and foremost, a child of God, loving wife, mother and grandmother, she will be remembered for her kind loving ways.

She is survived daughter, Nancy Kofi Miller-Lusignan (Cindy) of Chicago; son, David R. (Laura) Miller of Delaware; and grandchildren, Jacob Miller, Katy Kitchen (Paul), Jacob Miller-Lusignan Kofi, Scott Lusignan and great-grandchild Bailey Rose Kitchen.

She is preceded in death on December 12, 2015, by her husband over 60 years, David L. Miller, whom she married July 31, 1955 in the Caledonia United Methodist Church. She is also preceded in death by her brother, Lowell Lyon.

Due to COVID restrictions, a memorial service will be held at a later date at Willow Brook Christian Village. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center.

Memorial contributions may be made to Willow Brook Foundation, 100 Willow Brook Way S., Delaware, OH 43015.

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  • Oh my , I’m so sorry about your Mother’s death. I loved her so much. I used to clean her & Daves apartment fir years at Willowbrook.I was at Willowbrook around the Holidays and saw her,don’t think she knew me.She was special to me. We had many long talks and laughs over the years. After 2010 when I quit Chuck & I would make monthly visits to Willowbrook to see her among others. She was even a witness toy our Wills. This was how close we were. She will be missed. RIP ! Love you allways. Nancy,David and all our Thoughts and Prayers are with you. Cindy Moore & Chuck Davidson ( Chuck knew Dave when he was Delaware Superintendent and Chuck was in Maintenance)

  • Dear David and Nancy,

    Your parents were everything that is good about people. They were treasured friends to Mom and Dad, loving parents to you, and served our church and schools as few others could. I don’t know what to say beyond that, except that we love you and are grateful that the two of you have stayed such good friends with Mary, Mark, and me. We are surely thinking about you in this most difficult of times.

  • Our sincere sympathy to the Miller family. We taught in the Marion City Schools for many years. Your father hired me many years ago. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers.
    Fred and Margie Saull

  • Your mother was my First grade teacher at George Washington Elementary 1977. My deepest condolences to your family. She lived a full and God honoring life. “Well done good and faithful servant!

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